Philosophy, Literature, and Politics: Essays Honoring Ellis Sandoz

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University of Missouri Press, 2005 - Literary Criticism - 354 pages
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"Festschrift honoring Ellis Sandoz, director of the Eric Voegelin Institute for American Renaissance Studies and editor of Collected Works of Eric Voegelin. Essays explore philosophy, literature, and politics, and focus on Xenophon, Natsume, Freud, Robert Penn Warren, and George Santayana"--Provided by publisher.
 

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Contents

The Turn toward Existence as Existence in the Turn
9
Hunting and Political Philosophy An Interpretation of the Kynegetikos
34
The AntiEschatalogical Perspective in Sigmund Freuds Psychoanalysis
60
Eric Voegelins Defense of Human Dignity
80
Eric Voegelin and a New Science of Politics
97
The Big Mystery Human Emergence as Cosmic Metaxy
108
Literature
133
A Discipline of the Mind and Heart Voegelin and Santayana as Philosophers of Experience
135
Politics
213
The Concept of the Political Revisited
215
Eric Voegelin on the Nature of Law
229
A Classical Prince The Style of François Mitterrand
240
Common Sense and the Rule of Law Returning Voegelin to Central Europe
264
Voegelins Puritan Gnosticism and Bacons Great Instauration
308
History as Open Horizon Eric Voegelins Search for a PostImperial Order
331
Contributors
347

Compactness Poetic Ambiguity and the Fiction of Robert Penn Warren
152
Biographies of Consciousness Péter Nádas and Eric Voegelin
176
Imagining Modern Japan Natsume Sosekis First Trilogy
194

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